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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

First Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, December 4, 19}}, at i:}0 o'clock 

MISS HARRIET VAN E3iDEN. Soprano 

MR. HARRY KAUFMAN at tke Piano 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

Aria: "Casta Diva" from "Norma" Vincenzo Bellini 



> Robert Schumann 



11. 

Stille Tranen 
Roselein, Roselein 

Mein wundes Herz ) 

Das Madchen spricht >■ Johannes Brahms 

Der Schmied ) 

III. 

Pastorale Georges Bizet 

Le Nil Xavier Leroux 

Clair de lune Gabriel Faure 

Aria: "Pleurez, pleurez, mes yeux" from "Le Cid" Jules Massenet 

IV. 

Invocation 

You are the Key 

Lullaby \ Abram Chasins 

When I Weary 

If I Were the Rain 

(First time in Philadelphia— Composer at the Piano) 
The Steinway is the ofificial piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-1934 

Second Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, February 26, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock ^ 

MR. CARLOS SALZEDO, Harpist 

MR. HARRY KAUFMAN, Pianist 
Collaborating 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata in C minor Giovanni Battista Pescetti 

1704- 1766 

Allegro vigoroso 
Andante espressivo 
Presto 

II 

Poem of the little stars Carlos Salzedo 

The girl with the flaxen hair Claude Debussy 

Le bon petit roi d'Yvetot Marcel Grandjany 

III 
Variations on a theme in ancient style Carlos Salzedo 

Theme — Double — Tempo di Bourree — Staccati — Butterfly 
Flux and Chords — Jumps — Trills — Scales and Arpeggios 
Tempo di Barcarolle — Prelude — Fugue — Cadenza — Conclusion 

IV 

Sonata for harp and piano Carlos Salzedo 

Lyon and Healy harp 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 

Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Third Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, March 19, 19}4, at 8:30 o'clock 
MR. EFREM ZIMBALIST, Violinist 

MR. HARRY KAUFMAN «t tkc Piano 
PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata in E major Georg Friedrich Handel 

Adagio 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro 

Variations on a Theme of Mozart Rosario Scalero 

II 

Concerto in E minor Jules Conus 

Andante espressivo — Adagio — Tempo primo 

III 

Improvisations on a Japanese Tune Efrem Zimbalist 

Polish Danse Efrem Zimbalist 

Kuruka-Kuruka Yamada-Zimbalist 

Concert Phantasy on Rimsky-Korsakow's "Le Coq d'or" 

Efrem Zimbalist 

The Steinway is the oflficial piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 193 3-1934 

Graduation Recital 

of 

CELIA GOMBERG 

and 

JAMES BLOOM 
Violinists 

Students of Madame Luboshutz 

First Students^ Concert 

Wednesday Evening, December 20, 1935 at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Three Movements from the "Symphonie Espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

Allegro non troppo 
Andante 
Rondo: Allegro 

Celia Gomberg 
'•Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

II 

Sonata in B minor Ottorino Respighi 

Moderato 

Andante espressivo 
Passacaglia 
James Bloom 
''■Ralph Berkowitz at the Piano 

III 

Intrada Jean Antoine Desplanes 

Impromptu Tor Aulin 

Poeme, Opus 2 5 Ernest Chausson 

Celia Gomberg 
'■'Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

IV 

Air tendre de Mondonville-Kaufman 

Tonada Murciana Nin-Kochanski 

Prelude in D minor) Chasins-Press 

Prelude in E minor j 

Tarantella Karol Szymanowski 

James Bloom 
"•■Ralph Berkowitz at the Piano 

'^Students of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 193 3-1934 

Second Students' Concert 

Thursday Evening, March 8, 1934, at 8.30 o'clock 
Students of Mr. Salzedo 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Gavotte from "The Temple of Glory") Jean-Philippe Rameau 

Rigaudon / 1683-1764 

Giga Arcangelo Corelli 

1653-1713 
Gavotte from "Iphigenia in Aulis" Christoph Willibald von Gluck 

1714-1787 
Bessie Goodman 

II 

Variations on a theme in ancient style Carlos Salzedo 

Tlieme — Double — Tempo di Bourree — Staccati — Butterfly- 
Flux and Chords — Jumps — Trills — Scales and Arpeggios 
Tempo di Barcarolle — Prelude — Fugue — Cadenza — Conclusion 

Reinhardt Elster 

III 

Impromptu-Caprice Gabriel Pierne 

Chanson de Guillot-Martin Harmonized by A. Perilhou 

Theme and Variations Josef Haydn 

1732-1809 
Maryjane Mayhew 

IV 

Lamentation 
Quietude 

Iridescence V Carlos Salzedo 

Introspection' 
Whirlwind 

Isabel Ibach 

V 

Five Poetical Studies Carlos Salzedo 

Flight 
Mirage 

Idyllic poem 
Inquietude 
Communion 

Marjorie Call 

Lyon & Healy Harps 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season— 1933-1934 

Third Students' Concert 

Wednesday Evening, March 2S, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 
Students of Mr. Salzedo 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Theme and Variations Josef Haydn 

1732-1809 

Tambourin Jean-Philippe Rameau 

1683-1764 

Recessional Carlos Salzedo 

Ariel Perry 

II 

Impromptu Gabriel Faure 

Margret Brill 

III 

Five Poetical Studies Carlos Salzedo 

Flight 
Mirage 

Idyllic poem 
Inquietude 
Communion 

Marjorie Call 

IV 

Lamentation 
Quietude 

Iridescence ) Carlos Salzedo 

Introspection 
Whirlwind 

Reva Reatha 

V 

Sonata for harp and piano Carlos Salzedo 

Marjorie Tyre and the Composer 

Lyon & Healy Harps 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Fourth Students' Concert 

Monday Evening, April 9, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 

Students of Mr. Zimbalist 
'•'Vladimir Sokoloff, af the Piano 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata in D minor for Violin alone, Opus 27, No. 3 . . Eugene Ysaye 

Oscar Shumsky 

II 

Concerto No. 4 in D minor, Opus 31 Henri Vieuxtemps 

Andante 
Adagio religiose 
Finale marziale 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

III 

Concerto in A minor, Opus 82 Alexander Glazounov 

Moderate 
Andante 
Allegro 

Eudice Shapiro 

IV 

Concerto in E minor. Opus 64 Felix Mendelssohn 

Allegro, molto appassionato 

Andante 

Allegro molto vivace 

Charles Jaffe 

V 

En Bateau Claude Debussy 

La Capricieuse Edward Elgar 

Polonaise de Concert in D major. No. 1 Henri Wieniawski 

Oscar Shumsky 

"Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 



of 

JORGE BOLET, Pianisf 
Student of David Saperton 

Fifth Students' Concert 

Monday Evening, April 16, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Variations and Fugue on a Theme of 

Handel, Opus 24 Johannes Brahms 

Nocturne in E flat major, Opus 5 5, No. 2 Frederic Chopin 

Rondo from Sonata, No. 1 in C major, Opus 24 Carl Maria von Weber 

II 

Sonata in B minor. Opus 5 8 Frederic Chopin 

Allegro maestoso 

Scherzo — ^Molto vivace 

Largo 

Finale — Presto non tanto 

III 

Prelude in E flat major, Opus 23, No. 6 Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Prelude in G sharp minor. Opus 32, No. 12 Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Suggestion diabolique Serge Prokofiev 

Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes from 

Fledermaus Waltzes of Johann Strauss Leopold Godowsky 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 

Tenth Season — 195 3-34 

Sixth Students* Concert 

Thursday Evening, April 19, 19)4, at 8:3 o'clock 
Students of Mr. Saperton 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in E flat major from 

"The Well-Tempered Clavichord" Johann Sebastian Bach 

First Movement from the Sonata in C major, Opus 2, No. 3 

LuDwiG VAN Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 

Eleanor Blum 

II 

Siciliano (15th Century Lute Dance) 

Author unknown transcribed by Ottorino Respighi 

Sonatina in F sharp minor Maurice Ravel 

Modere 

Mouvement de menuet 

Anime 

Florence Fraser 

III 

Fantasy and Fugue in G minor Bach-Liszt 

* Jeanette Weinstein 

IV 

Le Danse de Puckj^^^^ "Preludes" Claude Debussy 

General Lavme j 

Prelude ) 

Forlane >from "Le Tombeau de Couperin" Maurice Ravel 

Toccata ) 

Richard Goodman 

V 

Tambourin Rameau-Godowsky 

Toccata, Opus 7 Robert Schumann 

Jeanette Weinstein 

VI 

Intermezzo, Opus 118, No. 1 I t t> 

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Capnccio m r sharp mmor. Opus 76, No. 1 \ 

The Music Box ) Leopold Godowsky 

Nocturnal Tangier j 

Rhapsody No. 12 Franz Liszt 

Ezra Rachlin 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Seventh Students^ Concert 

Moil Jay Evening, April 2}, 1934, at 8:}0 o'clock 

Students of Miss van Emden 

'■"Eugene Helmer at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 
I 

To a Messenger Frank La Forge 

Japanese Death Song Earl Cranston Sharp 

Das Madchen spricht Johannes Brahms 

Selige Nacht Joseph Marx 

Irene Singer 

II 

Duets: Wasserfahrt | t: n^^ 

^ , „ > Felix Mendelssohn 

1 ulerunt Uominum meum I 

Charlotte Ridley and Charlotte Daniels 

III 

O del mio amato ben Stefano Donaudy 

2r ^J?\^^"^ > John Alden Carpenter 

Ihe Odahsquej 

Friihhngsglaube Franz Schubert 

Aria: "Me voila seule dans la nuit" from 

"Les Pecheurs de Perles" Georges Bizet 

Charlotte Ridley 
IV 
Aria: "Voce di donna o d'angelo" from "La Gioconda" 

Amilcare Ponchielli 
Der Gartner 
Das verlassene Magdlein 

Le soleil et la mer Felix Fourdrain 

Charlotte Daniels 
V 

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen Franz Schubert 

(with violoncello obbligato by Victor Gottlieb"'" '•') 

Irene Singer 

VI 

Le matin ) Georges Bizet 

La chanson du fou j 

Aria: "Divination by Water" 

from "Khovanstchina" j i Modeste Moussorgsky 

Expectancy > Sung in Russian <. Alexander Dargomijsky 

Floods of Spring ) ( Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Irra Petina 

*Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
**Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Eighth Students' Concert 

Wednesday Evening, April 25, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 

Students of Mr. Salmond 
* Ralph Berkowitz, at the Piano 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Requiem for Three Violoncellos David Popper 

Howard Mitchell - Victor Gottlieb - Samuel Mayes 



II 

Concerto in B flat major LuiGi Boccherini 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio non troppo 
Rondo — Allegro 

Samuel Mayes 



III 

Sonata in E minor, Opus 38 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 
Allegretto quasi menuetto 
Allegro 

Howard Mitchell 



IV 

Concerto in D minor Edouard Lalo 

Prelude. Allegro maestoso 
Intermezzo — Andantino con moto 
Introduction. Rondo — Allegro vivace 

Victor Gottlieb 



*Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
The Steinway is the official Piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 



CASIMIR HALL 



Tenth Season — 1953-34 



Ninth Students^ Concert 

Tuesday Evening, May 1, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 
Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Prelude, Recitatif et Variations for Flute, Viola 

and Piano 

Emil Opava, Flute 
Virginia Majewski, Viola 
Zadel Skolovsky, Piaito 



Maurice Durufle 



II 



'•"'•'String Sextet, Verklarte Nacht, Op. 4 Arnold Schonberg 

Charles Jaffe ) ■,,■ <■ Alvin Dinkin ) ,,. , 

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) Leonard Mogill ) 

> Violoncellos 

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James Bloom 



Victor Gottli 
Harry Gorodi 



III 

Triptyque for String Orchestra Alexandre Tansman 

Allegro risoluto 

Andante 

Finale 

Violas 
Leonard Mogill 
Simon Asin 
Alvin Dinkin 
Arthur Granick 



Violins 
Oskar Shumsky 
EuDicE Shapiro 
Lily Matison 
Charles Jaffe 
James Bloom 
Leon Zawisza 
David Frisina 



Violoncellos 
Rowland Cresswell 
Harry Gorodetzer 
Samuel Mayes 
Joseph Druian 



Conducted by Dr. Bailly 



*First performance in Philadelphia. 

**Owing to the exceptionally intimate relationship between the poem, "Verklarte 
Nacht," by Richard Dehmel, and the composition by Arnold Schonberg, an English 
version of the poem will be recited preceding the performance of the sextet. 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 193 3-34 

Tenth Students^ Concert 

Students of 

MR. DE GOGORZA 

* Vladimir Sokoloff, at the Piano 



Thursday Evening, May 3, 1934 

at S:30 o'clock 



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PROGRAMME 



Recitative and Aria: "Diane impitoyable" from 

"Iphigenie en Aulide" Christoph Willibald Gluck 

Abrasha Robofsky 



II 

Aria: "Je dis que rien ne m'epouvante" from "Carmen" Georges Bizet 

Iris Daniel Wolf 

Villanelle Eva Dell'Acqua 

Carol Deis 

III 

Histoires naturelles Maurice Ravel 

Le Paon (Tine Peacock) 

Le Cygne (The Swan) 

La Pintade (The Guinea-hen) 

Lester Endlander 
IV 



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Johannes Brahms 
Geistliches Wiegenlie 

(Viola accompaniment by Max Aronoff) 

II pleure dans mon coeur ^ ^ 

*^ Claude Debussy 

La flute de Pan 

Ruth Carhart 

V 

Aria: "Hear me! Ye Winds and Waves" from "Scipio" 

George Frederic Handel 

Auf enthalt Franz Schubert 

"Wenn ich mit Menschen" 

from " Vier ernste Gesange" Johannes Brahms 

Leonard Treash 



VI 

Duets: Es rauschet das Wasser| Johannes Brahms 

Vor der Tiir j 

Ruth Carhart 
Eugene Loewenthal 



PROGRAMME 



VII 



"Serenade de Mephistopheles" from 

"La Damnation de Faust" Hector Berlioz 

"When the King went forth to War" T. Koeneman 

Abrasha Robofsky 



VIII 

"Sound an Alarm" from "Judas Maccaba;us" 

George Frederic Handel 
Arias {"A te, o cara" from "I Puritani" Vincenzo Bellini 

"O paradis sorti de I'onde" from "L'Africaine" 

GiACOMo Meyerbeer 

* Albert Mahler 



IX 

"O Sleep, Why dost thou leave me?" from "Semele" 

George Frederic Handel 

Auf dem Kirchhofe Johannes Brahms 

Aria: "Le tambour major" from "Le Caid" Ambroise Thomas 

Eugene Loewenthal 



X 

Aria: "Leise, leise, fromme Weise" from "Der Freischutz" 

Carl Maria von Weber 

Green Claude Debussy 

Dos cantares populares Fernando J. Obradors 

If I were the rain Abram Chasins 

Agnes Davis 



XI 

She never told her love Joseph Haydn 

Traum durch die Dammerung Richard Strauss 

Der Wandrer und sein Schatten Frederick Delius 

When I think upon the Maidens Michael Head 

* Benjamin de Loache 

^Student of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 

* Mr. Mahler and Mr. de Loache did not sing because 
of illness. 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Eleventh Students' Concert 

Monday Evening, May 7, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 
Students of Dr. Bailly in Viola 
'■"Ralph Berkowitz at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Morceau de Concert, Opus 20 Jeno Hubay 

Alvin Dinkin 

II 

Sonata in C major for Viola alone Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude 
Allemande 
Sarabande 
Bourree I 
Bourree II 
Gigue 

Virginia Majewski 

III 

Ciaccona Tommaso Vitali 

Arthur Granick 

IV 
Sonata in E flat major, Opus 120, No. 2 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro amabile 

Allegro appassionato, ma non troppo 

Andante con moto — Allegro 

Virginia Majewski 

V 

Suite, Opus 48 Joseph Jongen 

Poeme Elegiaque 
Final 

Leonard Mogill 

*Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Twelfth Students' Concert 

Wednesday Evening, May 9, 1394, at 8:50 o'clock 

CASMIR QUARTET 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music 

Charles JAFFE^y- ;• Alvin Dinkin, Viola 

James Bloom j Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

PROGRAMME 



I 

String Quartet in A major, Opus 33 Ernst von Dohnanyi 

Allegro agitato e appassionato. 
Andante religioso con variazioni 
Vivace giocoso 



II 

Concertino for String Quartet Igor Strawinsky 



III 

String Quartet in F major, Opus 13 5 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegretto 

Vivace 

Lento assai, cantante e tranquillo 

Grave, ma non troppo tratto. Allegro 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Thirteenth Students' Concert 

Thursday Evening, May 10, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 
Students of Madame Vengerova 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Prelude and Allemande from Partita No. 1 

in B flat major Johann Sebastian Bach 

Impromptu in A flat major, Opus 90 Franz Schubert 

Phyllis Moss 

II 

Toccata and Fugue in D minor Bach-Tausig 

Thirty-two Variations in C minor Ludwig van Beethoven 

Sol Kaplan 

III 

Etudes symphoniques, Opus 13 Robert Schumann 

Zadel Skolovsky 



IV 

Rhapsody in G minor, Opus 79, No. 2 Johannes Brahms 

Etude in E major, No. 4 Paganini-Liszt 

Valse brillante in A flat major, Opus 34, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Sol Kaplan 

V 

Adoration ) Leopold Godowsky 

Etude macabrej 

Nocturne in F minor. Opus 5 5, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Moments musicaux in E minor. Opus 16, No. 4 Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Zadel Skolovsky 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Fourteenth Students* Concert 

Monday Evening, May 14, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 
Students of Madame Luboshutz 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Partita in E minor Bach-Siloti 

Prelude. Maestoso 
Adagio ma non troppo 
Allemande 
Gigue 

Abe Burg 
'•■Ralph Berkowitz at the Piano 

II 

Chaconne Tommaso Antonio Vitali 

The Bee Franz Schubert 

Siciliano and Rigaudon Francoeur-Kreisler 

Perpetuum mobile Franz Ries 

Rafael Druian 
""Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

III 

Concerto in D major, Opus 3 5 Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Allegro moderato 
Canzonetta — Andante 
Allegro vivacissimo 

Jean Spitzer 

■'Eugene Helmer at the Piano 

IV 
Concerto in D minor, Opus 22 Henri Wieniawski 

Allegro moderato 

Romance — Andante non troppo 

Allegro moderato, a la Zingara 

Abe Burg 
"Ralph Berkowitz at the Piano 

*Students of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 193 3-34 

Graduation Recital 

of 

YVONNE KRINSKY 
Student of Madame Vengerova 

Fifteenth Students' Concert 

Tuesday Evening, May 15, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 






PROGRAMME 

I 

Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel, Opus 24 

Johannes Brahms 



II 
Sonata in E major, Opus 109 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Vivace ma non troppo. Sempre legato 

Prestissimo 

Andante molto contabile ed esprcssivo (Theme and Variations) 



III 

Barcarolle, Opus 60 ^, ^ , I Frederic Chopin 

Nocturne m E mmor, Opus 72, No. 1 (Posthumous) | 

"Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum" from ) 

"Children's Corner" >■ Claude Debussy 

Jardins sous la pluie ) 

Venezia e Napoli Franz Liszt 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Tenth Season — 1933-34 

Wednesday Afternoon, May 16, 1934, at 5:00 o'clock 

Sixteenth Students* Concert 

"ROMANTICISTS AND THEIR MUSIC" 

by 

Florence Fraser 

Student of Mr. Saperton 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Leipzig - 1840 

The Schumanns and Mendelssohn 

Variations serieuses in D minor Felix Mendelssohn 

11 

"Chartreuse" of Valldemosa - 183 8 

Chopin and George Sand 

Impiomptu in FJt major, Opus 36 Frederic Chopin 

III 

dusseldorf - 18 54 
The Schumanns and Brah^is 

Ballade in D minor, Opus 10, No. 1 Johannes Brahms 

Arabesque, Opus 18 \ Robert Schumann 

Papillons, Opus 2 

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THE PHILADELPHIA FORU 

Presents 

THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB 
Bruce Carey Conducting 

THE CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
Fritz Reiner Conducting 

and 

THE GIRARD COLLEGE JUNIOR CHOIR 
Bruce Carey Conducting 

* * ■* * ^f 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC 
Wednesday Evening 
January 51, 1954 
■«•■«•* -M- ^ 

THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB 



1. The Motto Dr. W. Yi, Gilchrist 

2. How Blest are they. ., Tschaikowskj^ 



THE CURTIS ORCHESTRA 



5. Suite, Opus 18..»,» .Weiner 

Hungarian Folk-Dances 

I, Allegro risoluto e ben marcato 
II. Andante poco sostenuto - Allegro 
con fuoco 
III. Andante poco sostenuto - Pesante, 
poco maestoso 
IV. Presto 



THE PHILALELPHIA FORUM 
(Continued) 
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THE GIRARD COLLEGE JUNIOR CHOIR 



4. Angels we have heard on high 

arranged by Biedermann 
6. Sleep, Holy Child Cherubini 

6. l^ill-o' -the-wisp Spross 

7. Peter Piper Bridge 



THE MENDELSSOffi^ CLUB 



8 • How sweet the moonlight sleeps Fanning 

9* Psalm CXXXVII - By Babylon's wave Gounod 

10 . Pretense • • • Clokey 

11. Four Liebeslieder from Opus 52 and 65.... Brahms 



THE CURTIS ORCHESTRA 

12, Overture - "II Signor Bruschiao" Rossini 

THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB 



13. Chorale from the St. Matthew Passion Bach 

14. Annie Laurie • arranged by O'Hara 

15. Blue Danube Waltz • ••• .Strauss 



YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

national convention 
Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

Friday Evening, May 4, 1934 

at 9 P. M. 

The Curtis Symphony Orchestra 

Sylvan Levin, Conducting 

Assisted by 

Margaret Codd, Soprano 
Shura Cherkassky, Pianist 
Philip Frank, Violinist 

PROGRAMME 

I. Overture to "La Princesse Jaune" Camille Saint-Saens 

II. Aria: "Je suis Titania" from "Mignon" Ambroise Thomas 

Margaret Codd 

III. Concerto in B flat minor for Piano and 

Orchestra Peter I. Tschaikovsky 

First Movement — Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso 

Shura Cherkassky 
INTERMISSION 

IV. Bridal Cortege from "Le Coq-d'or" Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakoff 

V. Third Concerto in B minor for Viohn and 

Orchestra Camille Saint-Saens 

Second Movement — Andantino quasi allegretto 
Third Movement — Molto moderato e maestoso 

Philip Frank 



VI. "Rakoczy March" from "The Damnation of 

Faust" Hector Berlioz 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



•Oft*" ' "O-*®*- 

The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1933-1934 

Sixth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the Artistic Direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 
Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

November 12, 1933 

PROGRAMME 

String Quartet in G major, Opus 161 Schubert 

Allegro molto moderato 
Andante un poco moto 
Scherzo. Allegro vivace 
Allegro assai 

The Curtis String Quartet 
Jascha Brodsky Max Aronoff 

Benjamin Sharlip Orlando Cole 

Sonata in D major for Violin, Viola and Piano Leclair 

Jascha Brodsky, Violin Max Aronoff, Viola 

Cecille Geschichter, Piano 

String Quintet in G major, Opus 111 Brahms 

Allegro non troppo, ma con brio 
Adagio 

Un poco Allegretto 
Vivace ma non troppo presto 
The Curtis String Quartet and Leonard Mogill 



The next concert will be given December 17, 1933 



Those who wish to change seats or leave early 
are requested to do so between numbers. 

.(2>-iT> — — <i><e)» 



The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1933-1934 

Sixth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the Artistic Direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 

December 17, 19)3, at 8:15 P. M. 

PROGRAMME 

Piano Quartet No. 1 in E flat major Beethoven 

Adagio assai 

Tema con variazioni 
Ezra Rachlin, Piano Arthur Granick, Viola 

OsKAR Shumsky, Violin Victor Gottlieb, 'Cello 

Group of Songs with piano and string accompaniment 

A. Whether Day Dawns Tschaikowsky 

B. Hopak MoussoRGSKY 

C. Panis Angelicus Franck 

D. Nocturne Lekeu 

E. "No tears, no late complaints" 

"In the morning I kneel before my flowers" Netschajew 

Paceli Diamond, Mezzo-soprano 
Eugene Helmer, Piano 
Marian Head, Violin 

Elbee Quartet 

Lily Matison, Violin Virginia Majewski, Viola 

Marian Head, Violin Victor Gottlieb, 'Cello 

Rowland Cresswell ,--, ■;. 
T T> Cellt 

Joseph Druian 

Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81 Dvorak 

Allegro ma non tanto 
Dumka. Andante con moto 
Scherzo. Molto vivace 
Finale. Allegro 

Yvonne Krinsky, Piano 
OsKAR Shumsky, Violin Arthur Granick, Viola 

Marian Head, Violin Howard Mitchell, 'Cello 



The date of the next concert has been changed to Febritary 4, 1934 



Those who wish to change seats or leave early 
are requested to do so between numbers 



The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1933-1934 

Sixth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the Artistic Direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
February 4, 1934, at 8:15 P. M. 

— 4> — 

PROGRAMME 
String Quartet in G minor, Op. 27 Edvard Grieg 

Un poco Andante. Allegro molto ed agitato 

Romanze 

Intermezzo 

Finale 

The Casimir Quartet 
Charles Jaffe { y i- Alvin Dinkin, Viola 

James Bloom J ' Victor Gottlieb, 'Cello 

Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano Cesar Franck 

Allegretto ben moderato 

Allegro 

Recitativo — Fantasia. Ben moderato 

Allegretto poco mosso 

Charles Jaffe, Violin 
Vladimir Sokoloff, Piano 

String Quintet in C minor, Op. 104 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 

Andante cantabile con Variazioni 
Menuetto. Quasi Allegro 
Finale. Prestissimo 

The Casimir Quartet and Virginia Majewski 



The next concert will be March 11, 1934 



> 



Those who wish to change seats or leave early 
are requested to do so between numbers. 

The Piano is a Stein'W^ay 



The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1933-1934 

Sixth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 
Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
March 11, 1934 at 8.15 P. M. 

PROGRAMME 
Sextet in C major for strings, Op. 11 Reinhold Gliere 

Allegro 
Larghetto 
Allegro 
Allegro vivace 
Lily Matison 1 y. ,. Virginia Majewski ^ yjQlas 

Marian Head | '" "" Arthur Granick j 

Victor Gottlieb 1 T //' 
Rowland Cresswell 5 

Octet in A major for strings, Op. 3 Johan Svendsen 

Allegro risoluto 

Molto allegro scherzoso 

Andante sostenuto 

Finale: Moderato. Allegro assai con fuoco 

EuDicE Shapiro J Leonard Mogill ^ Violas 

James Bloom { v /' Stmon Asin 5 



C Rowland Cressweix ) v 

; Harry Gorodetzer j 



Abe Burg i ivuwland «^ressweix i 'CpU- 

Marian Head ^^ '^ 



Triptyque for String Orchestra Alexandre Tansman 

Allegro risoluto 

Andante 

Finale 

Violins Violas 'Celli 

Oskar Shumsky Leonard Mogell Rowland Cresswell 

Eudice Shapiro Alvin Dinkin Harry Gorodetzer 

Abe Burg Arthur Granick Samuel Mayes 

Marian Head Simon Asin Joseph Druian 

Lily Matison 
Charles Jaffe 
James Bloom 
Leon Zawisza 
David Frisina 

Dr. Louis Bailly — Conductor 



The next concert will be April 22, 1934 



Those who wish to change seats or leave early 
are requested to do so between numbers. 

.(SVo — — «><G). 



.(S>*j> — o<G). 

The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1933-1934 

Sixth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
April 22, 1934 ai 8:15 P.M. 

PROGRAMME 

Concerto No. 3 in D minor for Two Violins 

with string accompaniment Johann Bach 

Vivace 

Largo ma non tanto 
Allegro 
Lily Matison 



( 



Solo Violins 
Abe Burg 



Walter Riediger, Viola 

Samuel I 
, Violins „ ^ 

David Frisina ) Rowland Cresswell 



Leon Zawisza } , Samuel Mayes \ ,„ ,,. 

y Violins „ i Celh 



Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet 

and String Quartet Maurice Ravel 

Reva Reatha, Harp 

Emil Opava, Fluie 

Leon Lester, Clarinet 
Lily Matison \ ... Virginia Majewski, Viola 

Leon Zawisza C Harry Gorodetzer, 'Cello 



String Sextet, Verklarte Nacht Op. 4 Arnold Schonberg 

Charles Jaffe ,,. ,. Alvin Dinkin \ _,. , 

Violins ^ ,, t Violas 

James Bloom Leonard Mogill ) 

Victor Gottlieb 



. 'Celli 
Harry Gorodetzer 



Dr. Louis Bailly — Conductor 



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VERKLARTE NACHT 

Poem by Richard Dehmel 
Translation by Helen W. Bailly 

Two lovers idly wandering, draw near 

A forest standing dark and drear 

And peer within: 

The moon climbs up the steep incline 

Of Heaven's cloudless arc, to shine 

Upon the age old oaks that rear 

Their tops like blackened sword and spear. 

.... Saith she to him: 
In sin and shame walk I by thee 
Step matched to step .... 
Because in bitterness I erred 
I bear a child beneath my heart 
— A child in whom you have no part. 
For I despaired of happiness 
Yet had so deep a Mother-longing 
To have and rear a child belonging 
To me alone, to hold; to tend; 
I gave myself, my very all 
To one I scarcely knew at all 
Tho' shuddering in my inmost thought 
Sensing the evil I had wrought. 
So now Life's caught me in his net 
His vengeance on me in my fate. 
That we have met too late! too late! 



With heavy steps she plods along 
Drowning her gaze in that far moon 
Now risen high to her full noon — 
Then speaks the man to her and saith: 

Oh, let this child not be to thee 

A shameful burden! Love, but see 

How all the world illumined is 

And glory shines on all around! 

And tho' we drift upon a sea 

So cold, so pitiless. 

Yet I in thee and thou in me 

So wedded are 

That that same fire must glorify 

The child you bear — 

So will I call it mine by thee 

Since all the love thou hast for me 

Transformeth me 

Into an innocent child again! 

In ecstasy he draws her near 
Their kiss exhales upon the air 
And night so tender and so fair 
Is made more glorious. 



WESTTOWN SCHOOL 

Westtown, Pennsylvania 

Saturday Evening, October 7, 1933, at 7:30 o'cloc\ 

*ViCTOR Gottlieb, Violoncellist 
**Agnes Davis, Soprano 
***E2RA Rachlin, Pianist 
****Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I. Kol Nidrei - Max Bruch 

Mr. Gottlieb 

II. "Phillis has such charming Graces" 

Old English arranged by H. Lane Wilson 

Green • Claude Debussy 

The Green-eyed Dragon Wolseley Charlks 

Miss Davis 

III. Three Preludes, Opus 28 Frederic Chopin 

F major. No. 23 

C sharp minor, No. 10 

D minor, No. 24 

Three Ecossaises, Opus 72. No. 3 Frederic Chopin 

Three Etudes Frederic Chopin 

Opus 10, No. 9 

Opus 25, No. 2 

Opus 10, No. 5 

Mr. Rachlin 

IV. Arioso JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

Apres un r^ve Gabriel Faure 

Vito .' David Popper 

Mr. Gottlieb 

V. The Big Brown Bear Mana-Zucca 

In the Luxembourg Gardens Kathleen Manning 

The Sleep that flits on Baby's Eyes J. A. Carpenter 

Bird of the Wilderness Edward Horsman 

Miss Davis 

VI. Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 1 2 Franz Liszt 

Mr. Rachlin 

*Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 
**Student of Mr. Emilio de Gogorza 
***Student of Mr. D.^vid Saperton 
♦♦♦♦Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



THE VilOMAiN'S CLUB OF YORK 
York, Pennsylvania 

Friday Afternoon, October 20, 1935 at 2:50 o'clock 

Mary jane MayheT/, Harpist 
Jascha Brodsky, Violinist 
Ruth Carhart, Contralto 
Vladimir Sokoloff , Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS IiNSTITUTi. OF MUSIC 

PKOGRAmiE 

I 

Gavotte from "The Temple of Glory" •Rameau 
Sarabande from the "Fourth Royal 

Concert" Couperin 

Theme and Variations Haydn 

Miss May hew 

II 

Larghetto • Handel 

Siciliano and Rigaudon Franc oeur-Krei si er 

Praeludium und Allegro ..•••• Pugnani-Kreisler 

Mr, Brodsky 

III 

L' amour de moi...... Old French Air 

Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile. ., ^Durante 
"0 Thou That Tellest Good 

Tidings to Zion" from 

"The Messiah" Handel 

Miss Carhart 

IV 

Impromptu-Caprice Pierne " 

Zephyrs ) Salzedo 

Whirlwind) 

Miss Mayhew 



THE ViOMM»S CLUB OF YORK 
(Continued) 
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Tango ••••••••••••••.•••• •Albeniz-Kreisler 

The Bee. ...••••••••••. Schubert 

Estrellita •• * Ponce-IIeif etz 

Ronde des Lutlns ••••••••••Sazzlni 

Mr. Brodslqr 

VI 

Morgen • • Str&uss 

L* enigme eternelle •••••••••••••• .Ravel 

(?dth Harp) 

Do not go, my Love ••••••••• •Hageman 

That soothin ' Song Carpenter 

Leetle Bateese ••.•••••••••• 0' Hara 

Miss Carhart 



THE PEDDIL SCHOOL 
Hightstown, New Jersey- 
Sunday Afternoon, October 2Z, 1935 at 6 o' clock 

Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 
Merian Head, Violinist 
Joseph Levine, Pianist 
Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Aria: "Jerusalem, thou that killest 

the Prophets" 
Recitative and Aria: "But the Lord 

is mindful of His own" 
Recitative and Aria: "I will sing 
of Thy great Mercies" 

from "St. Paul" Mendelssohn 

Miss Daniels 

II 

Air on the G String ...••.Bach 

Larghetto HSndel 

Melodie Gluck-Kreisler 

Miss Head 

III 

Chaconne • Bach-Busoni 

Mr, Levine 

IV 

Pieta^ • • • • Warf ord 

The Living God O'Hara 

Miss Daniels 



THE PLDDIE SCHOOL 
(Continued) 



Canto Amoroso Samartini-Elmen 

Apres un reve Faur^ 

Sicilienne Paradis-Duskin 

Miss Head 

VI 

Nocturne in F minor, 

Opus 55, No.l • Chopin 

Kamennoi-Ostrow. • • Rubinstein 

Mr. Levine 



Woman's Club of Swarthmore 

SWARTHMORE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Tuesday Afternoon, October 31, 1933, at 2.30 o'clock 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

*The Casimir Quartet 

Charles Jafee ) . . Simon Asin, Viola 

r V tolvyis 
James Bloom ) Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

** Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 

PROGRAMME 

I. Quartet in A minor, Opus 29 Franz Shubert 

Allegro ma nontroppo 

Andante 

Menuetto 

Allegro moderate 

Casimir Quartet 

II. Intermezzo from the Opera "Goyescas" Granados-Cassado 

Apres un reve Garriel Faure 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

The Flight of the Bumble Bee Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 

Mr. Gottlieb 

III. La Gitana Fritz Kreisler 

Beau soir Claude Debussy 

Slavonic f antasie Dvorak-KreislER 

Mr. Jaffe 

IV. Scherzo from the Quartet in E minor, Opus 44, No. 3.. Felix Mendelssohn 
La oracion del torero Joaquin Turina 

Casimir Quartet 

* Students of Dr. Louis Bailly in Chamber Music. 
** Student of Mk. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music. 



WOMAN »S CLOB OF CONHOHOCKEN 
Conhohocken, Pennsylvanie. 

Tuesday Afternoon, November 7, 1935 at 2:50 o» clock 

Frederick Vogelgesang, Violinist 
Sol Kaplan, Pianist 
Samuel Mayes, * Cellist 
Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

1 

Variations on a Theme ty Corelll,*,Tartini-Kreisler 

Romanze • ••• •Wagner-Wilhelmj 

Perpetual Motion, Opus 34, No.6..»«Fran2-Pdes 
Frederick Vogelgesang 

U 

Toccata and Fugue •«««,«*«**..*Bach-Tausig 

Caprice in F minor •••••••••Dohnanyi 

Sol Kaplan 

111 

Adagio from the Toccata in C major. 

for the organ*. •••••*••• ••••Bach 

Sicilienne* • •••••••••• •••••• .Paradas-Duslikin 

Flight of the Bumble Bee..,.,,,.,..Rimsky-Korsakov 

Samuel Mayes 

IV 

Trio in E flat major. Opus 1, No .l, Beethoven 
Allegro 

Adagio cantabile 
Scherzo: Allegro assai 
Finale: Presto 

Cherokee Trio 



THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF JENKINTOWN 
Jenkintovvn, Pennsylvania 

Thxirsday Afternoon, November 9, 1953 at 2:50 o'clock 

Celia Gomberg, Violinist 
Martha Halbwachs, Pianist 
Leonard Treash, Basso 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAMME 
I 

"Vouchsafe Lord", prayer from 

"Te Deum" Handel-Flesch 

Hungarian Dance Brahms-Kreisler 

Danse espagnole from 

"La vida breve" deFalla-Kreisler 

Miss Gomberg 

II 

"Where e'er you walk" 

from "Semele" Handel 

Serenade de Mephistopheles from 

"La damnation de Faust" Berlioz 

Les berceaux •• .Faure 

Die beiden Grenadier e • .Schumann 

Mr. Treash 

III 

First movement from the Sonata 

in G minor. Opus 22 Schumann 

Presto 
Ballade in D minor. Opus 10, No. I.Brahms 

Waltzes • Brahms 

Etude-tableau in A minor, 

Opus 39, No. 6 .Rachmaninoff 

Miss Halbwachs 



THE \\OMAN»S CLUB OF JiMINTOwN 
(Continued) 



IV 

La gitana •••••••• ••• .Kreisler 

Rondo, Opus 55 •«•••••«. «•••••••• •Schubeiii-Friedberg 

Caprice viennois ••• .Kreisler 

Miss Gomberg 

V 

Invictus •..«••••••••••••••««••«• .Huhn 

Ocean Tramp •••••.••• ••••••• .Watts 

Rolling down to Rio •••••• .German 

Da^vn •••••••••••««• .Curran 

The Pipes of Pan..,,.. j£lgar 

Mr. Treash 



*#•>»«« 



URSINUS COLLEGE 

CoLLEGEVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Thursday Evening, November 9, 1933, at 8 o'cloc\ 



*YvoNNE Krinsky, Pianist 
**Jean Spitzer, Violinist 
***Irene Singer, Soprano 
****Bernard Frank, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Toccata and Fugue in D minor Bach-Tausig 

Miss Krinsky 

II. Variations on a Theme by Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 

Nigun, from "Baal Shem" Ernest Bloch 

Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven Fritz Kreisler 

Miss Spitzer 

III. Das Madchen spricht) Johannes Brahms 

Wiegemied ) 

Se saran rose Luigi Arditi 

Miss Singer 

IV. Nocturne in F major, Opus 15, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Tarantella Franz Liszt 

Miss Krinsky 

V. Dancing Doll Poldini-Kreisler 

Alt-Wien Goldow^sky-Press 

Zapateado, Opus 23 Pablo de Sarasate 

Miss Spitzer 

VI. Love Is the Wind Alexander MacFadyen 

To a Messenger Frank LaForge 

Mountains Oscar Rasbach 

Miss Singer 

•Student of Madame Isabelle Vengerova 

**Student of Madame Lea Luboshutz 

***Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 

****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE 

Westminster, Maryland 
Friday Evening, November 10, 1933, at 8 o'cloc\ 



*Irra Petina, Soprano 
**Charles Jaffe, Violinist 
***Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Larghetto Georg Friedrich Handel 

Song without Words Mendelssohn-Kreisler 

Allegretto Boccherini-Kreisler 

Mr. Jaffe 

^, " M8th Century Bergerettes J. B. Weckerlin 

Venez, agreable printemps ) 

Habanera from Carmen Georges Bizet 

Miss Petina 

III. American Concerto Gusikoff-Machan 

Mr. Jaffe 

IV. Song of Love Frank LaForge 

Lullaby Cyril Scott 

Life Pearl Curran 

Miss Petina 

V. La gitana Fritz Kreisler 

Berceuse Tor Aulin 

Spinning Song, Opus 55, No. 1 Popper- Auer 

Mr. Jaffe 

VI. Whether Day Dawns Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Give Me Wings Alexander Dargomijsky 

Sorrow Alexander Darhomijsky 

Hopak Modeste Moussorgsky 

Miss Petina 

*Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 
* 'Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPHIA TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE) 

THE FORTY-THIRD ADDRESS 

OF 

THE BARNWELL COURSE 
"WHICH WAY CULTURE?" 



BY 



John Erskine, Ph.D.. Litt.D., Mus.D. 

PRESIDENT. THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC 
MUSICAL PROGEIAM BY 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 




THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1933 

AT EIGHT-FIFTEEN O'CLOCK 



THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, a unique institution in the 
annals of public education in America, owes its existence to the late James 
G. Barnwell, a graduate of the 1 6th Class, Central High School, who 
became Librarian of the University of Pennsylvania (1884-1886) and 
the Library Company of Philadelphia (1887-1907). Retiring at the 
age of 74, he lived until February 23, 1919, ten days after his 86th 
birthday. In his Will he wrote: 

"Whatever reputation and success I have attained, however 
moderate, being the result, under Providence of two causes. First, the 
training of a good mother who always inculcated and practiced the highest 
principles of honor and especially of moral courage regardless of immediate 
or apparent results, and Secondly, to the education which I received in the 
Public Schools of Philadelphia and especially in the Central High School. 
I wish to honor the memory of that mother by practically encouraging 
and rewarding the practice of the same high principles by the Students and 
Graduates of the School." 

Mr. Barnwell left his entire residuary estate, amounting to upwards 
of $320,000 for the benefit of the students and the graduates of the 
Central High School of Philadelphia. This Trust is named the Mary 
Gaston Barnwell Foundation, in honor of the Testator's mother, and is 
administered by the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company as Trustee. 
Under the Plan of Administration, a Committee of three members, con- 
sisting of the President of the Central High School, the President of 
the Associated Alumni, and the President of the Fidelity-Philadelphia 
Trust Company, is an ex-officio Advisory Committee. 

The Foundation became operative in 1922 and has initiated 
various activities to carry out the intentions of the Testator. In addition 
to establishing a Lectureship in Ethics and making grants for the purchase 
of appropriate books for the Central High School Library, it established 
the Barnwell Honor Roll of meritorious students and co-operated with the 
Associated Alumni in the erection of two concrete grandstands on Houston 
Field, the School's athletic grounds. 

The Barnwell Course of Addresses by notable leaders in education, 
letters, art, music, athletics, and allied fields of interest was begun in 
March, 1922. A complete list of the Barnwell speakers and their subjects 
forms part of this program. At the present time there are usually four 
Barnwell Addresses during the school year. 



PROGRAM 

PRESIDING OFFICER 

DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTFL\L HIGH SCHOOL 
ADDRESS 

"WHICH WAY CULTURE?" 

Dr. John Erskine 

PRESIDENT, THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 

Student Artists of the Curtis Institute 

EuDicE Shapiro, Violinist Irene Singer, Soprano 

Leonard Treash, Bass Bernard Frank, Accompanist 

I 

Ave Maria, Opus 52, No. 6 Schubert— Wilhelmj 

Caprice viennois Schubert— Kreisler 

Silhouette in D flat major Anton Dvorak 

Hopak Moussorgsky— Rachmaninoff 

The Bee, Opus 15, No. 9 Franz Schubert 

Miss Shapiro 

II 

Invictus Bruno Huhn 

O dry those Tears Teresa del Riego 

The Green-eyed Dragon Wolsley Charles 

Quiet Wilfried Sanderson 

Danny Deever Walter Damrosch 

Mr. Treash 

III 

The Cuckoo Liza Lehmann 

To a Messenger Frank LaForge 

Nymphes et sylvains Henri Bemberg 

Miss Singer 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H. 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper; 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) "Why Go 
to School at All" by Dr. Andrew P. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Thirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Cheesman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydelotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton; (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess; (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side of 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael I. Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School" 
by Dr. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley: (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George F. Zook. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 

23. "MAKING MEN" 

Mr. Amos ALONZO STAGG, Director of Athletics, University of Chicago 

24. "WHAT CAN MUSIC DO FOR YOU?" 

Dr. Leopold STOKOWSKI, Conductor, The Philadelphia Orchestra 

25. "THE VALUE OF THE COMMONPLACE" 

Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman, Bishop of Washington 

26. "THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SHAKESPEARE" 

Prof. Felix E. SCHELLING, University of Pennsylvania 

27. "BOOKS AND EXPERIENCE" 

Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth. Princeton University 

28. "A CENTURY OF WAR AND PEACE" 

Dr. E. p. CHEYNEY, University of Pennsylvania 

29. "LASTING VALUES IN ATHLETICS" 

Mr. Fielding H. Yost, University of Michigan 

30. "ART AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY- 

MR. RALPH Adams Cram, Architect and Author 

31. "NEW RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENSHIP" 

DR. WILLIAM John cooper, Commissioner of Education 

32. "THE MAGIC REALM OF THE ARTS" 

DR. Henry turner bailey. Art Critic and Author 

33. "BEAUTY IN AMERICAN LIFE" 

Dr. LORADO TAFT, Sculptor and Author 

34. "FEAR AND EXPLORATION" 

DR. WILLIAM BEEBE, Scientist and Author 

35. "TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING WORLD" 

REV. WILLIAM T. LOCKE, Traveler and Publicist 

36. "MONASTERY, BARGAIN COUNTER, OR LABORATORY IN 

EDUCATION" 
Dr. John Dewey, Philosopher and Educator 

37. "A SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURE" 

Dr. George E. Vincent, Rockefeller Foundation 

38. "AMERICAN IDEALS IN A CHANGING AGE- 

MR. James Grafton Rogers, Department of State 
3 9. "OUR PRESENT DISCONTENTS" 

Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond, Union University 

40. "THE RETURN OF THE LIBERALS" 

Dr. Arthur H. QuinN, University of Pennsylvania 

41. "WHAT IS AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP ?" 

Hon. Harry S. McDEVITT, Court of Common Pleas 

42. "THE TREND OF THOUGHT IN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY" 

Dr. WM. F. G. SWANN, Bartol Research Foundation 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

MITCHELL HALL 

Newark, Delaware 

Auspices: Newark Music Society 

Thursday Evening, November 2}, 19)3, at 8 o'clock 



""Inez Gorman, Soprano 
*'•■ Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 
***Charles Jaffe, Violinist 
*** "'Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Sicilienne Paradis-Dushkin 

Vito, Opus 54, No. 5 David Popper 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Flight of the Bumble Bee Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 

Victor Gottlieb 

II. Le nile Xavier Leroux 

Le papillon Felix Fourdrain 

"Und od die Wolke sie verhiille" from "Der Freishiitz" 

Karl Maria von Weber 
Inez Gorman 

III. Larghetto Georg Friedrich Handel 

Allegretto Boccherini-Kreisler 

Rondino on a theme by Beethoven Fritz Kreisler 

Spinning Song, Opus 5 5 , No. 1 Popper-Auer 

Charles Jaffe 

IV. Lullaby Cyril Scott 

Blackbird's Song Cyril Scott 

"' Je dis que rien ne m'epouvante" from "Carmen" . . Georges Bizet 

Inez Gorman 

V. Trio Bb major. Opus 11 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Adagio 

Allegretto-Allegro 
Charles Jaffe — Victor Gottlieb — Ralph Berkowitz 

*Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 
**Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 
***Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
**'■'•* Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
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SLKIGHTON FARM 
Darlington, Pennsylvania 

Sunday Evening, December 3, 1933 at 7:30 o'clock 

James Bloom, Violinist 
Irene Beamer, Contralto 
Ezra Rachlin, PianivSt 
Bernard Frank, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Praeludium and Allegro •••«•••• .Pugnani-Kreisler 

Songs my Mother taught me •••••••••«« «Dvorak 

Jota •••••• •••••••••de Falla 

Mr. Bloom 

II 

Die Ehre Gottes • •••.••••«••••••••«•• .Beethoven 

Heidenroslein. ..,••••••••••••••••••* .Schubert 

Aria: "He Shall Feed His Flock" from 

"The Messiah" Handel 

"Blow, Blow, thou Winter Wind" Ilgenfritz 

Miss Beamer 

III 

Rondo (Wrath over the lost Penny) , 

Opus 1?.9 • • Beethoven 

Ballade in F major. Opus 38, No. 2 ...Chopin 
Mr. Rachlin 

IV 

Prelude in E minor)......... ••.•..*..Chasins-Press 

Prelude in D minor) 

Tarantella. .Szymanov/ski 

Mr. Bloom 



SLEIGHTON FARM 

(Continued) 

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V 



Dawn ••••• •••• .Curran 

Three little Fairy Songs .Besly 

My Lover comes a-riding • de Leath 

Miss Beamer 

VI 

Hungarian Rhapsody No .IS, •••••••••••• .liiszt 

Mr. Rachlin 



V*OMAN»S CLUB OF VvOODBUEY 
Woodbury, NeT« Jersey 

Monday Afternoon, December 4, 1933 at £:30 o» clock 

Lester Englander, Baritone 
Selma Amansky, Soprano 
Sarah Lewis, Pianist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTJi; OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

1 

"With Joy the impatient Husbandman" 

from the Oratorio "The Seasons".. •••Haydn 

Mattinata •••• •••*••••••••• •Leoncavallo 

Der Asra • •• .Rubinstein 

"Toreador" from "Carmen" Bizet 

Mr. Englander 

II 

Rhapsodie in G minor. Opus 79, No. 2... Brahms 
Nocturne in F# minor, Opus 48, No. 2... Chopin 
Gavotte and Musette from Suite 

in D minor. ....•• ..•••••..••...•••••d'Albert 
Miss Lenis 

III 

Standchen des Don Juan ...Tschaikovsky 

Aria: "Voi lo sapete" from 

"Cavalleria Rusticana" .•••••..•••.• .Mascagni 

Le Papillon. •....•.* Fourdrain 

Miss Amanoky 

IV 

The Sleigh. •• ••#••••• ^Kountz 

The Captain of the Marguerite.. ..O'Hara 

Nocturne • ..••••••• .Curran 

I love Life • .•••.•••.. .Mana-Zucca 

Mr. Englander 



WOMAN'S CLUB OF ViOODBURY 
(Continued) 

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Clair de lune*. ••••••••••••••« •••Debussy 

Prelude in B minor. Opus 10, No,6.. .••Chasins 

Flirtation in e Chinese Garden •••Chasins 

Rush Hour in Hongkong •.••••••• .Chasins 

Miss Lewis 

VI 

Over the Steppe ••••••••••••••«••••••• .Gretchaninof f 

To a Messenger* ••••••••••• •••••• .LaForge 

Cry of Rachel. ••••♦ Salter 

At the Viiell *•••••• .Hageinan 

Miss Amansky 



THE "NEIGHBORS" 
Hatboro, Pennsylvania 

Wednesday Afternoon, December 13, 19S3 
at 2:30 o'clock 

Abrasha Robofsky, Bass-Baritone 
Jean Spitzer, Violinist 
Paceli Diamond, Mezzo-soprano 
Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAIilME 

I 

Sti]J. wie die Nacht .Bohm 

Blue are her Eyes Watts 

Ich liebe dich • Grieg 

Boots • •••..••••••......••*. • •Felman 

Mr. Robofsky 

II 

Variations on a Theme by Corelli.^.Tartini-Kreisler 
Nigun, from "Baal Shem" • Bloch 

Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven«.,,Kreisler 
Miss Spitzer 

III 

Soldier's Bride,. in Russian • .Rachmeninof f 

vviegenlied ••.•••..••••••,•••• .Mozart 

Habanera from "Carmen",..... .••♦.. .Bizet 

Miss Diojnond 

IV 

My lovely Celia .........••• .Munro 

Chanson de Florian..... .Godard 

Maiden' s Wish .Chopin 

Song of the Flea Moussorgsky 

Mr. Robofsky 



THE "NEIGHBORS" 

(Continued) 

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Dancing Doll * ••••••• .Poldini-Kreisler 

Alt-Wien. •• •••••• «••••• •Godov/sky-Press 

Liebesfreud • .Kreisler 

Miss Spitzer 

VI 

La st Rose of Summer from "Martha" • ,von Flotow 

My Lover is a Fisherman....... Strickland 

Dreams .••• •••••• ••• .Chasins 

Hopak .Moussorgsky 

Miss Diamond 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

NEWARK, DELAWARE 
Thursday Evening, January 11, 1934, at 8 o'clock 



Jean Spitzer, Violinist 
Margaret Codd, Soprano 
William Harms, Pianist 
Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Variations on a Theme by Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 

Larghetto Handel-Brown 

Mazurka Emil Mlynarski 

Jean Spitzer 

II. Alleluja Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Herdegossen Isak Berg 

Marienlied Joseph Marx 

Mausfallen-Spriichlein Hugo Wolf 

Margaret Codd 

III. Gavotte in A major Gluck-Brahms 

Waltz in E minor, Opus Posthumous Frederic Chopin 

Nocturne in F minor, Opus 5 5, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Scherzo in B flat minor. Opus 31, No. 2 Frederic Chopin 

William Harms 

IV. Menuet Paderewski-Kreisler 

Second Movement from the Concerto in 

D major, Opus 35 Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Canzonetta 

Hejre Kati Jeno Hubay 

Jean Spitzer 

V. Shepherd! Thy Demeanour vary Thomas Brown 

Lithuanian Song Frederic Chopin 

Aria: "Come per me sereno" from "La Sonnambula" 

Vincenzo Bellini 
Margaret Codd 

VI. Etincelles - Sparks, Opus 36, No. 6 Moritz Moszkowski 

Beautiful Blue Danube: concert arabesque Strauss-Schulz 

William Harms 



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WESTTOWN SCHOOL 

WESTTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 
Saturday Evening, January 13, 1934, at 7.30 o'clock 



EuDicE Shapiro, Violinist 
Irene Singer, Soprano 
Joseph Levine, Pianist 
Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Arioso Bach-Franko 

Zephyr Jeno Hubay 

Waltz in A major Brahms-Hochstein 

EuDicE Shapiro 

II. An Chloe Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Wiegenlied Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

"Ah! Je veux vivre" from "Romeo et Juliette". .Charles Gounod 

Irene Singer 

III. Rhapsody in G minor Johannes Brahms 

Etude No. 6 in A minor Paganini-Liszt 

Joseph Levine 

IV. Caprice viennois Fritz Kreisler 

Silhovxette in D flat major Anton Dvorak 

From the Canebrake Samuel Gardner 

EuDicE Shapiro 

V. "From the Land of the Sky-blue Water" 

Charles Wakefield Cadman 

Invocation to the Sun-God Carlos Troyer 

Spirit Flower Campbell-Tipton 

Hills Frank La Forge 

Irene Singer 

VI. Scherzo in C sharp minor, Opus 39 Frederic Chopin 

The Lark Glinka-Balakirev 

Naila Waltz Delibes-Dohnanyi 

Joseph Levine 

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PORCH CLUB 
Riverton, New Jersey 

Tuesday Afternoon, January 16, 1934 at 2:30 o'clock 

James Bloom, Violinist 
Irene Singer, Soprano 
Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Praeludium and Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Spanish Serenade ••••••••••••••• •Chaminade-Kreisler 

Tambourin chinois Kreisler 

Mr, Bloom 

II 

Das MSdchen spricht.. •••...,.., .Brahms 

Wiegenlied. •••.•••••• Brahms 

Botschaf t •Brahms 

Miss Singer 

III 

Air de Lensky Tschaiitovsky-Auer 

Tonada Murciana ,. •Nin-Kochanski 

Mr, Bloom 

IV 

Aria: "Pace, pace mio Dio" from 

"La Forza del destino" • . • ♦Verdi 
Miss Singer 



Dirge of the North Balogh-i^reisler 

Short Story ••••••• .Gershwin 

Introduction and Tarantelle Sarasate 

Mr. Bloom 



PORCH CLUB 
(Continued) 



VI 



To a Messenger. ••••• La Forge 

In the Luxembourg Gardens Manning 

"From the Land of the Sky-blue Water "..Cadman 
Miss Singer 



GEORGE SCHOOL 

GEORGE SCHOOL, PENNSYLVANIA 
Saturday Evening, January 20, 1934 at 8 o'clock 



Lester Englander, Baritone 
Marian Head, Violinist 
Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 
Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. "Drink to Me only with thine Eyes" Old English 

"Who Is Sylvia?" Franz Schubert 

The Captive Alexander Gretchaninov 

The Smith Arsenii Koreshchenko 

Lester Englander 

II. Suite in E major, Opus 11 Carl Goldmark 

Allegro 

Andante sostenuto 

Marian Head 

III. Manella Mia . . . Neapohtan Folk Song . . . 

arranged by Vittorio Giannini 

Die Lotosblume Robert Schumann 

Lachen und Weinen Franz Schubert 

Aria: "Connais-tu le pays" from "Mignon" Ambroise Thomas 
Charlotte Daniels 

IV. Mother o' Mine Frank E. Tours 

Kashmiri Song Amy Woodforde-Finden 

De Captaine of de "Marguerite" Geoffrey O'Hara 

The Sleigh Richard Kountz 

Lester Englander 

V. Minuet Porpora-Kreisler 

Londonderry Air Fritz Kreisler 

From the Canebrake Samuel Gardner 

Marian Head 

VI. Wings of Night WiNTTER Watts 

In the Luxembourg Gardens Kathleen Lockhart Manning 

Spirit Flower Campbell-Tipton 

Song of the Open Frank La Forge 

Charlotte Daniels 

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WOilEl^'S CLUE OF BRY.N MAM 
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Monday Afternoon, January 22, 1954 at 2:30 o'clock 

Rowland Cres swell, 'Cello 
Marian Hesd, Violin 
Eugene Helmer, Piano 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRAJvME 

I 

Sonata in G minor Eccles 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Piece en forme de Habanera • Ravel 

Melodie Bridge 

Mr« Cres swell 

II 

Praeludiura from the 6th Sonata 

in E major •••• .Bach 

Apres un reve • Faure 

Hungarian Poem, No,6 • Hubay 

Miss Head 

III 

Humoreske, Opus 10, No. 5 ....Rachmaninoff 

Prelude in E flat minor. No. 14 Chasins 

Prelude in B flat minor. No. 15 ..Chasins 

Danse rituelle du Feu de Falla 

Mr. Helmer 

IV 

Trio in C minor. Opus 1, No. 5 Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Andante cantabile con veriazioni 
Menuetto quasi allegro 
Finale: Prestissimo 

Mr. Cresswell, Miss Head and Mr. Helmer 



Vi'OMEN'S CLUB OF NAEBiLRTH 
Narberth, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Afternoon, January 2S, 1934 at 2:30 o'clock 

Celia Gomberg, Violinist 
Eugene Loewenthal, Basso 
Ralph Berkov.it z, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF I.'IUSIC 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Intrada Desplanes 

Hungarian Dance ••• • Brahms-Kreisler 

Siciliano and Rigaudon. • • • •Francoeur-Kreisler 

Miss Gomberg 

II 

Sapphische Ode • Brahms 

Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile.. .Eharante 
Aria: "Le tambour major" from 

"Le Cald" Thomas 

Mr. Loewenthal 

III 

First Movement from the 

"Symphonie Espagnole" ••• Lalo 

Allegro non troppo' 

Miss Gomberg 

IV 

Three Salt-Water Ballads Keel 

The Port of many Ships 
Trade ll\inds 
Mother Carey 

Mr, Loewenthal 



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V.OMEN'S CLUB OF NARBJiilTH 
(Continued) 
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V 



Spanish Dance deFalla-Kreisler 

Rondo, Opus 53 ••..Schubert-Friedberg 

Caprice viennois •.*• • .Kreisler 

Miss Gomberg 

VI 

"Drink to Me only with thine 

Eyes" Old English 

"It was a Lover and his Lass"..«. 

Old English ..arranged by Quilter 

Tommy Ladl • •••••• .Margetson 

Tally-Hol Leoni 

Mr, Loewenthal 



NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM 

Trenton, New Jersey 
Sunday Affcrnoon, January 28, 1934, at 4 o'clock 



Marie Buddy, Soprano 

Abe Burg, Violinist 

Lester Englander, Baritone 

Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. "Che fiero costume" from "Eteocle e Polinice" Giovanni Legrenzi 

Die Mainacht Johannes Brahms 

Chanson norvegienne Felix Fourdrain 

"Si, mi chiamano Mimi" from "La Boheme" . Giacomo Puccini 

Marie Buddy 

IL Praeludium and Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Mazurka in A minor Chopin-Kreisler 

Guitarre, Opus 45 Moritz Moszkowski 

Abe Burg 

IIL "Di'ink to Me only with thine Eyes" Old English 

Der Kuss Ludwig van Beethoven 

Beau soir Claude Debussy 

"Chanson du toreador" from "Carmen" Georges Bizet 

Lester Englander 

IV. Wings of Night Wintter Watts 

The Answer Robert Huntington Terry 

An old Song Annabel M. Buchanan 

At the Well Richard Hageman 

Marie Buddy 

V. Ave Maria Franz Schubert 

La fille aux cheveux de lin Claude Debussy 

Gypsy Airs Pablo de Sarasate 

Abe Burg 

VL Tally-Ho! Franco Leoni 

The Sea Edward MacDowell 

De Captaine of de "Marguerite" Geoffrey O'Hara 

I love Life Manna-Zucca 

Lester Englander 

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HOOD COLLEGE 
Frederick, Maryland 

Friday Evening, Febi^ary 9, 1934 at 8:15 o'clock 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF udUSIC 

The Casimir Quai'tet 

Charles Jaffe) Violins Alvin Dinkin, Viola 
James Bloom ) * Victor Gottlieb, 'Cello 

Eugene Helraer, Accompanist 

PROGRAMME 

I 

String Quartet in C minor. Opus 18 ,No, 4 .Beethoven 
Allegro ma noa troppo 

Scherzo: Andante scherzoso quasi allegretto 
Minuetto: Allegretto 
Allegro 

II 
La Oracion del Torero.. .Turina 

III 

String Quartet in F major. Opus 96 Dvorak 

"The American Wuartet" 
Allegro ma non troppo 
Lento 

Molto vivace 
Finale: Vivace ma non troppo 



GERMANTOVJN FRIENDS' SCHOOL 
Germantown, Pennsylvania 

Wednesday Afternoon, Februaiy 14, 1934 at 5 o'clock 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

The Casimir Quartet 

Charles Jaffe) „. , . Alvin Dinkin, Viola 
James Bloom ) violins victor Gottlieb, 'Cello 

PROGRAMME 

I 

From String Quartet in B flat major, K458 

"The Hunting Quartet" .Mozart 

Allegro vivace assai 
Menuetto 

II 

From String Quartet in E flat major. 

Opus 12 •••..• • • .Mendelssohn 

Canzonetta 

III 

From String Quartet in C minor. 

Opus 18, No«4** .....••••Beethoven 

Allegro ma non troppo 
Allegro 

IV 

La Oracion del Torero •••••• Turina 

V 

From String Quartet in F major. Opus 96 

"The American Quartet" Dvorak 

Finale: Vivace ma non troppo 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

NEWARK, DELAWARE 

Thursday Evening, March 1, 1934, at 8 o'clock 



Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 
Sol Kaplan, Pianist 
Samuel Mayes, 'Cellist 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violinist 
Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Passacaglia Handel-Halverson 

Frederick Vogelgesang and Samuel Mayes 

II. Fantaisie appassionata Henri Vieuxtemps 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

III. Aria: "Voce di donna" from "La Gioconda" 

Amilcare Ponchielli 

Die Lotosblume Robert Schumann 

Lachen und Weinen Franz Schubert 

Manella Mia . . . Neapolitan Folk Song 

arranged by Vittorio Giannini 
Charlotte Daniels 

IV. Etude in E major. No. 5 Paganini-Liszt 
Valse brilliant in A flat major, Opus 94, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Sol Kaplan 

V. Two Movements from Sonata in G minor Henry Eccles 

Grave 
Courante 

Samuel Mayes 

VI. Song of the Open Frank La Forge 

Spirit Flower Campbell-Tipton 

In the Luxembourg Gardens . Kathleen Lockhart Manning 
Aria: "Adieu, forets" from "Jeanne d'Arc" 

Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 
Charlotte Daniels 

VII. Trio in E flat. Opus 1, No. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro 

Adagio cantabile 
Scherzo — Allegro assai 
Finale — Presto 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Samuel Mayes and Sol Kaplan 

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BLAIR ACADEMY 

BLAIRSTOWN, NEW JERSEY 
Wednesday Evening, March 7, 1934, at 8.30 o'clock 



'■"EuDiCE Shapiro, Violinist 
'•■'•'Charlotte Ridley, Soprano 
•"•■'■■'■■Ralph Berkowitz, Pianist and Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

A. Hark! Hark! the Lark! Schubert-Spalding 

Berceuse Tor Aulin 

Silhouette in D flat major Antonin Dvorak 

Spinning Song, Opus 5 5, No. 1 Popper- AuER 

EuDicE Shapiro 

B. O del mio amato ben Stefano Donaudy 

Friihlingsglaube Franz Schubert 

Aria: "Me voila seule dans la nuit" from 

"Les pecheurs de perles" Georges Bizet 

Charlotte Ridley 

C. Romance, Opus 2 8, No. 2 in F sharp minor. . . Robert Schumann 

Waltz, Opus 70, No. 1 in G flat major Frederic Chopin 

"The Gnomes" from "Pictures from an Exhibition" 

MODESTE MOUSSORGSKY 

"Danse rituelle du feu" from "El amor brujo" . Manuel de Falla 
Ralph Berkowitz 

D. Arioso Bach-Franko 

Waltz in A major Brahms-Hochstein 

"Grimaces" from "Suite Bizarre" Joseph Achron 

EuDiCE Shapiro 

E. On a Screen John Alden Carpenter 

"The Odalisque" John Alden Carpenter 

The Plague of Love Old English 

A Sailor loved a Lass Old English 

Charlotte Ridley 

*Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
* ■■'Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 
*■"'■ '''Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman 



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UNIONVILLE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL 
Unionville , Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 13, 1954 at 2 o'clock 

Ardelle Hookins, Flute 
Harold Gomberg, Oboe 
V/illiara McCorralck, Clarinet 
Andrew Luck, Bassoon 
Herman Watkins, French Horn 
Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAIdl^E 

I 

Sonata Trio in C minor,. .♦•.••••••.. ••Loeillet 

Flute, Oboe and Piano 

II 

Aubade •......., • de Wailley 

Flute, Oboe and Clarinet 

III 

Menuet from the Sextet, Opus 72 ..d'lndy 

WoodTdnd Quintet and Piano 

IV 

Musette .•.,•••••••..• .Leclair 

Air from "Orpheus" , . • Gluck 

Petite Valse « . • • • Caplet 

Ardelle Hookins 



Suite, Opus 57.... , , . .Lef ebvre 

Canon 

Scherzo 

Finale 

Ift'oodv/ind Quintet 



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THE NEW CENTURY CLUB 

WEST CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA 

Presents Artists 

of the 

Curtis Institute of Music 

IN AN OPERA PROGRAMME 
Friday Evening, February 23, 1934 — at 8.15 o'clock 

Garden Scene, "Faust" — Gounod 

Faust Enzo Aita, Tenor 

■ Mephisto Leonard Treash, Basso 

Marguerite Agnes Davis, Soprano 

Siebel Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 

Martha Ruth Carhart, Contralto 

"Barber of Seville," Act I, Scene II — Rossini 

Count Almaviva Enzo Aita, Tenor 

Rosina Margaret Codd, Soprano 

Bartolo Abrasha Robofsky, Baritone 

Basilic Eugene Loewenthal, Basso 

Figaro Lester Englander, Baritone 

Berta Ruth Carhart, Contralto 

Operatic Acting under direction of Mr. Wilhelm von Wymetal of The Curtis Institute 
of Music and the Metropolitan Opera Company of New York City. 

Conducted by 

MR. BORIS GOLDOWSKY 



GERMANTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Presents Artists 
of the 

Curtis Institute of Music 

IN AN OPERA PROGRAMME 

Wednesday Afternoon, May 9, 1934, at 2:30 o'clock 

"Hansel and Gretel," Act I 

Scene — House of the Broom-Maker 

Peter, a Broom-maker Lester Englander, Baritone 

Gertrude, his wife Irene Beamer, Contralto 

HanselV j^gjj. children ^Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 

Gretel j I^Marie Budde, Soprano 

Father and mother have gone to market, leaving Hansel and 
Gretel behind to do their work — Hansel making brooms and Gretel 
knitting. But, as children will, they spend their time playing, and 
singing the old German folk-song, "Susie, What Is the News?" with 
its nonsense about the geese going barefoot for lack of shoes. 

Hansel's remarks interrupt but do not prevent the recital of the 
story. Not keenly interested in the adventures of the geese, he wants 
to know when they are to eat. Very soon, however, the children grow • 
more boisterous. 

In the midst of it their mother returns, cross and tired. She has 
not made a penny for all her work, and there is nothing to eat in the 
house — except a jug of milk. She turns loose on the idle children, 
and in giving them a push knocks over the milk. It is the last straw! 
She sends them out into the woods to gather strawberries, sinks down 
into a chair and, praying heaven to send food for her family, falls 
asleep. Her husband, Peter, returns with a loaded basket; and while 
they both have supper it grows d.irk. He hopes the children have not 
wandered into the Isenstein, the place bewitched, where an old hag 
entices children into her house, bakes them into gingerbread and eats 
them. 

Operatic Acting under direction of Mr. Wilhelm von Wymetal 
of The Curtis Institute of Music and the Metropolitan Opera 
Company of New York City. 

Conducted by 
Mr. Sylvan Levin 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 

FIRST COMMENCEMENT 

AND 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 



CASIMIR HALL 



Tuesday, May the twentysecond 

One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Thirty-four 
at Three O'clock in the Afternoon 



Order of Ceremonies 

Organ Prelude 

Robert Cato 

Fugue in E'flat (St. Anne) JOHANN SEBASTIAN BaCH 

Three Chorale Preludes 

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen Johannes Brahms 

O Gott, du frommer Gott SiGFRiD Karg-Elert 

Schmuc\e dich, o liehe Seele Johannes Brahms 

Graduate Procession 



Introduction 

President Mary Louise Curtis Bok, L.H.D. 



Address 

Thomas Sovereign Gates, Ph.B., LL.B., LL.D. 

President of The University of Pennsylvania 



Hymn — The Polish National Anthem 

Irra Petina Paceli Diamond 



Address 

Wladyslaw Sokolowski 

Counselor of the Polish Embassy 



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Order of Ceremonies 



Awarding of Diplomas of The Curtis Institute 
Conferring of Degrees in Course 

Conferring of Honorary Degrees 

President Mary Louise Curtis Bok, L.H.D. 
Director Josef Hofmann, Mus.D. 

Doctor of Music 
Marcella Sembrich Leopold Godowsky 

Hymn — The National Anthem of The United States 

Graduate Recession 



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DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Voice 
Selma Claire Amansky Ruth Elizabeth Gordon 

Rose Elizabeth Bampton — in absentia Daniel Laurence Healy, Jr. 
Elsie Irene Beamer Henriette Horle — in absentia 

Natalie Bodanskaya Helen Elizabeth Jepson 

Mary Margaret Codd Albert Mahler 

Agnes Davis Elsa Ella Meiskey 

Benjamin Patterson de Loache, Jr. Conrad Walter Thibault — in absentia 
Paceli Diamond Walter Eugene Vassar 



Piano 



Lilian Lia Batkin 
Jorge Leopoldo Bolet 
Rosita Escalona 



Florence Eraser 

Martha Louise Halbwachs 

William Henry Harms, Jr. 



JeaN'Marie Robinault — in absentia 



Violin 



James Simeon Bloom 

Iso Briselli 

Abe Aaron Burg 

Philip Frank — in absentia 

Paul Gershman — in absentia 



Celia Gomberg 
Carmela Ippolitq — in absentia 
Lily Matison — in absentia 
George Pepper — in absentia 
Ethel Stark 



Viola 
Gabriel Joseph Braverman — in absentia 

Violoncello 
Katherine Lux Conant Frank Miller 



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DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Harp 
Alice Chalifoux Edna Megan Phillips 

Victoria Marcella Murdock Reva Reatha 

Organ 
Lawrence Clarke Apgar Alexander McCurdy, Jr. 

Robert Hamilton Cato Paul Signor Robinson 

Carl Weinrich — in absentia 

Accompanying 
Sarah Abbett Lewis Elizabeth Balee Westmoreland 

Opera 

Anna Marie Budde 

Double Bass 
Oscar Gravenor Zimmerman 

Flute 

Edna Ardelle Hookins Emil Bernard Opava — in absentia 

Kenton Frederick Terry — in absentia 

Clarinet 
Leon Lester 

French Horn 
Sune Johnson 



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DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Trumpet 
Leopold Podolsky Podder — in absentia 

Trombone 
Gerald H. Woerner — in absentia 

Tuba 
Ross Milan Wyre 

Composition 
Samuel Osmond Barber Roland Jaoobi Leich — in absentia 

Edith Evans Braun Gian-Carlo Menotti — in absentia 

Harlow John Mills — in absentia 

Chamber Music 
Jennie Robinor Benjamin Sharlip 

Piano and Accompanying 
Florence Frantz Freda Pastor 

Yvonne Krinsky Theodore Price Walstrum 

Marga Hermine Wustner — in absentia 

Violin and Accompanying 
Helen Hall 

Violin and Chamber Music 
Jascha Brodsky Gama Gilbert 



[7] 



DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Viola and Chamber Music 
Max Aronoff 

Violoncello and Chamber Music 
Orlando Timothy Cole 

Viola and Conducting 
Louis Vyner 

Piano and Composition 
Jeanne Behrend 

Piano, Accompanying and Conducting 
Sylvan Levin 



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DEGREES IN COURSE 

Bachelor of Music — in Voice 
Selma Claire Amansky Paceli Diamond 

Rose Elizabeth Bampton — in absentia Ruth Elizabeth Gordon 
Elsie Irene Beamer Daniel Laurence Healy, Jr. 

Agnes Davis Albert Mahler 

Benjamin Patterson de Loache, Jr. Helen Elizabeth Jepson 
Walter Eugene Vassar 

Bachelor of Music — in Piano 

Martha Louise Halbwachs William Henry Harms, Jr. 

JeaN'Marie Robinault — in absentia 

Bachelor of Music — in Harp 
Alice Chalifoux Victoria Marcella Murdock 

Reva Reatha 

Bachelor of Music — in Organ 
Lawrence Clarke Apgar Paul Signor Robinson 

Bachelor of Music — in Accompanying 
Sarah Abbett Lewis Elizabeth Balee Westmoreland 

Bachelor of Music — in Opera 
Anne Marie Budde 

Bachelor of Music — in French Horn 
Sune Johnson 



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DEGREES IN COURSE 

Bachelor of Music — in Composition 

Samuel Osmond Barber Edith Evans Braun 

Roland Jaoobi Leigh — in absentia 

Bachelor of Music — in Chamber Music 
Jennie Robinor Benjamin Sharlip 

Bachelor of Music — in Piano and Accompanying 
Florence Frantz Freda Pastor 

Bachelor of Music — in Violin and Accompanying 
Helen Hall 

Bachelor of Music — in Violin and Chamber Music 
Jascha Brodsky Gama Gilbert 

Bachelor of Music — in Violoncello and Chamber Music 
Orlando Timothy Cole 



[10] 



Marshal 

WiLHELM VON WyMETAL, Jr. 

Assistant Marshals 
Ruth Carhart 

Irra Petina 

Leonard Treash 

Eugene Loewenthal 



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(1) 

LIST OF CONCERTS 

FACULTY RECITALS 
Casimir Hall 



First... Miss Harriet van Emden, Soprano 

December 4, 1953 



Second.. Mr. Carlos Salzedo, Harpist 

February 26, 1954 



Third... Mr. Efrem Zimbalist, Violinist 

March 19, 1954 



(2) 

Stiidents' Concerts 
Casimir Hall 

(These programs, while listed alphabetically according 
to Instructor's name, are bound according to date.) 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Chajcaber Music. .May 1, 1954 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Viola May 7, 1934 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber MusicMay 9, 1934 

Students of Mr. de Gogorza ...May 3, 1934 

Students of Madame Luboshutz. ..••. .December 20, 1933 

Students of Madame Luboshutz May 14, 1954 

Students of Mr. Salmond April 26, 1934 

Students of Mr. Salzedo March 8, 1954 

Students of Mr. Salzedo March 28, 1934 

Students of Mr. Saperton April 16, 1934 

Students of Mr. Saperton April 19, 1934 

Student of Mr. Saperton May 16, 1934 

Students of Miss van Emden ...April 23, 1934 

Students of Madame Vengerova May 10, 1934 

Students of Madame Vengerova May 16, 1934 

Students of Mr. Zimbalist April 9, 1934 



Concerts Elsewhere 

The Curtis Symphony Orchestra 

The Philadelphia Forum January 31, 1934 

Young Women's Christian Association. . .May 4, 1934 



Chamber Music 

Pennsylvania Museum of Art, 



November 12, 1933 

December 17, 1935 

February 4, 1954 

March 11, 1954 

April 22, 1954 



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Concert Course 



Westtown School, Westtown, Pennsylvania. ( October 7, 1933 

(January 13, 1934 

Woman* s Club of York, 

York, Pennsylvania October 20, 1935 

The Peddie School, Hightstown, 

New Jersey October 22, 1935 

?/oman's Club of Swcirthiuore, 

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. •.... .October 31, 1935 
Woman's Club of Conshohocken, 

Conshohocken, Pennsylvania November 7, 1933 

Woman's Club of Jenkintown, 

Jenkintown, Pennsylvania November 9, 1935 

Ur sinus College, Collegeville, 

Pennsylvania November 9 , 1935 

Western Maryland College, 

Westminster, Maryland ..November 10, 1935 

Barnwell Foundation, Peiin Athletic 

Club, Philadelphia, Pa November 22, 1933 

University of Delaware, 

Newark, Delaware (November 25, 1933 

( January 11, 1934 
( March 1, 1934 
Sleighton Farm, Darlington, 

Pennsylvania December 3, 1933 

Woman's Club of Woodburj'^, 

Woodbury, New Jersey December 4, 1953 

The "Neighbors", Ha tboro,Pennsylvania.. December 13, 1933 

Porch Club, Riverton, New Jersey January 16, 1934 

George School, George School, 

Pennsylvania January 20, 1934 

Women's Club of Bryn Mawr, 

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania January 22, 1934 

Women's Club of Narberth, Narberth, 

Pennsylvania Janu.^ry 23, 1954 

Colony Club, Ambler, Pennsylvania January 24, 1954 

New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, 

New Jersey January 28, 1954 

Hood College, Frederick, Maryland February 9, 1934 

GermantoT(\Ti Friends' School, 

Germantoift-n, Penns;j^lvania February 14, 1934 

Blair Academy, Blairstown, New Jersey March 7, 1934 

Unionville Consolidated School, 

Unionville, Pennsylvania March 13, 1934 



(4) 



Opera PerforLiances 



The New Century Club, West Chester, 

Pennsylvania ..February 23, 1954 



Germantown Friends' School, 

Germantovai, Pennsylvania May 9, 1934 



First Commencement and Conferring of Degrees 

May 22, 1934 






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